Training

CrossReach is well known for the social care and support we bring to thousands of people every year.

What is perhaps less well known – but still at the heart of what we do – is the training we offer in counselling and perinatal mental health. 

All our training courses are delivered by experienced practitioners, many of whom have a diploma in training & development and are COSCA accredited. 


Post Qualifying Certificate Counselling Children and Young People 

Date: Sept 2018
Course venue: Simpson House, 52 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 3NS

We’re all becoming more aware of the mental health issues facing young people today. This course is designed for those who want to meet the mental health needs of children and help them become more well-rounded adults. The 4-module course is COSCA validated and aimed at qualified counsellors. 

For more information, get in touch: 

T: 0141 221 3003
E: cyp.training@crossreach.org.uk

 

COSCA Counselling Skills Certificate

Date: Wednesdays throughout 2018/19
Course venue: Tom Allan Centre, 23 Elmbank St, Glasgow G2 4PB

During this course, you’ll develop your self-awareness and counselling skills to use in your work or volunteering. The 4-module course is a professionally recognised qualification in counselling and provides 40 SCQF credits at level 8 through Edinburgh Napier University. 

For more information, get in touch: 

T: 01412211535
E: tomallan@crossreach.org.uk 

 

COSCA Certificate in Counselling Supervision

Date: Wednesdays throughout 2018/19
Course venue: Tom Allan Centre, 23 Elmbank St, Glasgow G2 4PB

This course is designed for qualified counsellors or for those with a current level of counselling skills. The 4-module course is a professionally recognised qualification and provides 40 SCQF credits at level 8 through Edinburgh Napier University. 

For more information, get in touch: 

T: 01412211535
E: tomallan@crossreach.org.uk

 

Perinatal Mental Health Training

Date: TBC 
Course venue: Tom Allan Centre, 23 Elmbank St, Glasgow G2 4PB

Perinatal mental health problems affect a significant number of mums and dads during pregnancy and the first year after having a baby. CrossReach delivers training for practitioners looking to develop their skills in supporting families affected by perinatal health problems.

Our courses include the following training:

Understanding Perinatal Mood Disorders. For health professionals, support workers and anyone interested in how this condition affects parents and their families.
Working with Perinatal Mood Disorders – A Counselling Skills Approach. Training for health professionals and support workers who are working directly with parents and families affected by perinatal mental health issues. 
Perinatal Practitioner Training. Training for qualified counsellors who wish to become perinatal counsellors/psychotherapists. This training is supported by ongoing specialist clinical supervision.
For more information, get in touch: 

T: 01412211535
E: tomallan@crossreach.org.uk